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NR200 3D print modded work in progress

NR200 3D print modded work in progress

kamtom515

Damn, it gonna be half 3d printed case soon (:


b3rdm4n

Specs * Gigabyte X570I Aorus pro wifi * 2x16GB Crucial 3600 CL16 * R7 3700X stock w/ Noctua Nf-L12 1usmus * Asus TUF RTX3080 undervolted/overclocked/deshrouded * Corsair SF600 gold * 2x NVME m.2 * 2x Sata SSD * Coolermaster NR200P * 5x Arctic P12 Current iteration. I wanted to use the tempered glass panel to show off the internals, so the CPU duct is now 90 degrees, it seals against the glass side panel to pull air from the rear vented panel which I added a dust filter to. Last update [here](https://www.reddit.com/r/sffpc/comments/lguctl/nr200_work_in_progress_now_that_i_have_a_3d/). I've also added the 5" screen with 3d printed surrounds that hide cabling, printed a 2 piece cover for the pcie power connectors too, the gpu fan ducts are another few revisions deep, they seal better and look cleaner, and there are various other bits that cover parts of the GPU.


xsabinx

In theory could a custom [acrylic panel](https://preview.redd.it/v2fy56tw62b41.jpg?width=640&crop=smart&auto=webp&s=a00b6a8c3a51e480c82df2d0ec34dff758d7ee03) be made to replace the tempered panel which has holes over the area of thr cpu fan? Not sure how it would work


b3rdm4n

I could certainly look into it, so far it's more about just printing bits for fun.


Dekend

Amazing job. The deshrouded GPU with 3D printed support and CPU funnel is A++. This needs more love.


b3rdm4n

Thanks for the kind comment!


THEREALCHUNGUSGOD

How in the hell does the Arctic’s fit in the bottom when the gpu is that thick ? I talked to some people on here and they recommend slim 120s ? Is the gpu deshrouded?


Mmedrano4

The GPU seems to be deshrouded, yes.


b3rdm4n

Yeh de-shrouded and roughly 10mm thick 3d printed duct / adapters to seal the fans against the gpu heatsink


THEREALCHUNGUSGOD

Nice 👍


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b3rdm4n

5" Elecrow screen from Amazon, I have routed a HDMI cable through the case to the rear panel, so it can neatly plug right into the video cards HDMI output. However, in this pic it has a chromecast plugged into it :P Indeed, there was a case for it on thingiverse, then I made an extra-large bezel/shroud for it to make it even neater, mostly by hiding cables that are below and either side of it.


LazerHawk84

Nice trick. Did the same thing.


NoKangaroo7490

Very smart!


parttimekatze

What material are you printing your mods in? That looks like PETG or ASA from the finish. Love the display next to CPU cooler.


b3rdm4n

Using PLA, cheers!


parttimekatze

Wow, I hope you're aware of its glass transition temperature (50-80 C). PLA starts to deform (but not melt or burn) around those temperatures, so you might have to replace the prints in a few months or after a very hot summer. Either way, PLA is easy to print so it shouldn't be an issue. Sick mods!


b3rdm4n

Indeed I am aware and have just been through an Australian summer with much of the parts used, however I do intend, now that most of the parts are well beyond prototypes, to print them in ABS or another more temperature resistant plastic for the long run. Cheers!


LazerHawk84

Dunno about OP but I usually print my parts in PETG. Not fan of the shiny finish tho.


LazerHawk84

I'd like to see more 3D printing adopted by more PC building enthusiasts. Such a powerful tool! I am also adding a LCD to my PSU using 3D printing. And I see you are using the riser feet I designed. 😍 https://www.reddit.com/r/sffpc/comments/mtkt43/nr200p_5900x_rtx_3090/


Xan2782

Nice build and mods! What's your thinking on the 3700x vs the 5600x as a price point? Having this debate myself right now.


b3rdm4n

So I've had the 3700x for about 18 months now, but if I had the choice today it seems like for a gaming focused build, the 5600x is the choice to make, hope that helps!


Xan2782

Thanks so much that helps a lot!, I was debating what the build will be for but its looking like more of a gaming than work setup now so makes things simpler. Yeah think I will press go on the 5600x then and get the ball rolling.


Travis-Wilding

How did you connect the fans to your GPU and are those aftermarket heat sinks on the vrms on the top of the GPU? I’m deshrouding my rx5700xt soon and plan on doing the same style 3d printed “shroud” to mount 2 p14s to


b3rdm4n

So between the fans and the heatsink are custom designed duct / adapters, as the heatsink has all these metal tabs, you can't just put 120mm fans flush against it. And yes they are extra heatsinks stuck to the metal backplate to help GDDR6X temps along too.


motumo

What made you want to do this mod? The 3700x isn't a hot chip and a strong 140mm fan on the side panel would've been adequate I'm thinking.


b3rdm4n

A love of ducts, and owning a 3d printer combined into what you see here. It's a fun hobby!


SpringerTheNerd

You can never have too much cooling In most cases


The0ldM0nk

Can you share a Thingiverse URL for the base mod?


b3rdm4n

I believe this is it. [https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4692551](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4692551)


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